In other news, GOP nominee Donald Trump told Fox News host Bill O'Reilly that he met with Chicago police who told him they need to use "tougher" tactics, but the Chicago PD has issued a statement saying that never happened.
Meanwhile, Senator Marco Rubio refused to say that Donald Trump is qualified to be president during an interview with the Orlando Sentinel editorial board.
"Well, that's what the voters will have to decide. I will tell you I have strong disagreements with him on some public policy matters, and I remain hopeful that on those matters he will either change his opinion or we will have to stand up to those bad ideas."
Rubio is still supporting Trump.
Finally, RNC Chairman Reince Priebus says Trump has some "prepared mature comments" to share on the trail this week, as if that's a normal bar for a presidential nominee to clear.
Just last night Trump said we're going to "build the (border) wall so fast your head will spin." Very mature.